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Post by nhood53 on April 1st 2019, 6:52 pm

Posting this pre race discussion early. One thing the officials do not want out of a race is too many accidents, and that is exactly what Bristol gave them through numerous test sessions. Hence, Bristol is off the schedule and this track, the Chicago Motor Speedway, is in. It is a 1.029 mile track and runs similarly to many 1 mile tracks which fans are familiar with, including New Hampshire and the Milwaukee Mile. Will the series be happy with the results they get from this track? Or will this track get scrapped from the schedule altogether? This track is very difficult to pass on, and thus it is expected that this race will be one of the more interesting ones on the schedule, with most drivers being unaccustomed to the track looking for a way to get to the front and win this race.

(The DDS officials are a different entity from the CTRS officials, the cup officials will make their own separate ruling regarding Bristol, because Cup actually had one of their most exciting races of the season at the 0.533 mile track (thanks Lafter Stucole).)

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Post by nhood53 on April 3rd 2019, 5:22 pm

GOGH Qualifiers: 74, 37, 33, 04, 54, 10, 41 (DNQ 84, 51, 73)
Qualifying Results:
1. 47 Ryan Yarbough
2. 11 Matt Preston
3. 45 Mike Alladore
4. 65 Mackenzie Johnson
5. 2 Austin James
6. 33 Billie Joe Armstrong
7. 58 Aaron Deville
8. 48 Craig Jacobs
9.. 9 Tina Hanson
10. 24 Scott Parsons
11. 74 Daniel Bouchard
12. 16 Pedro Hierra
13. 7 Christian Merrick Sr.
14. 53 Tagahari Nawasaki
15. 37 Henri Cresto
16. 4 Aidan Shepherd
17. 88 Darren Webber
18. 8 Steven Wallace
19. 97 Mark Jones
20. 57 Kaz Makella
21. 34 Andrew Knight
22. 22 Robbie Johnson
23. 21 Katie Anderson
24. 20 John Jacobs
25. 41 Ryder Smith
26. 17 Kyle Patterson
27. 60 Ren Fukuda
28. 43 Jacob Long
29. 6 William Duncan
30. 04 Sven Roethlisberger
31. 19 Harrison Lankford
32. 5 Tyquan Jacobs
33. 54 Cody Goforth
34. 31 Nick Pericles
35. 38 Phil Montgomery
36. 49 Alexa Luchon
37. 18 Tyler Ferreya
38. 98 Wilson Wallace
39. 56 Leigh Lagasse
40. 10 Chris Claridge
41. 3 Paul Jackson
42. 99 Bubba Martin

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Post by nhood53 on April 4th 2019, 10:19 am

Lap 0: Rain coming in very hard before the race. The race which was originally scheduled for a 9 AM EST start has now been delayed. Perhaps this race might only go to halfway.
Lap 1: Green flag! Mike Alladore got a great jump from third and is going for the lead. Yarbough leads lap 1, though Alladore is not giving up easily.
Lap 2: Alladore clears the 47 for the lead, James pressuring the 47 for second with Hanson.
Lap 4: Daniel Bouchard up into the top 5 in fourth, being followed closely by Christian Merrick Sr.
Lap 7: Bouchard up to third by Tina Hanson. Now looking for second on Yarbough.
Lap 9: Look at the strength of the Bouchard machine as he is up to second and closing on Alladore.
Lap 23: Darren Webber to the lead by Alladore. Bouchard down to 8th as his BHM teammate Cresto is up to 4th.
Lap 33: Mike Alladore dives up the inside in Turn 3 and retakes the top spot from Webber.
Lap 38: Matt Preston clears Alladore for the lead.
Lap 49: Caution is out for rain. Running order: 11 41 8 45 16 65 4 37 97 19 24 47 74 7 99 98 53 88 21 58 18 5 6 04 17 49 60 38 48 43 9 22 54 31 20 57 33 3 34 2 56 10.
Lap 50: The race has officially been delayed until after the CTRS complete their race at Portland due to the constant presence of severe storms in the track vicinity.
Lap 59: The track is ready again, the rain has cleared the area and the field is ready to go back green on lap 61.
Lap 61: Steven Wallace with a great run down the inside of Turn 1, he won't get the lead at the line from Preston, but he clears through 3 on lap 62 for the top spot.
Lap 63: Shepherd to second, now he's going for the lead, give it to him on lap 64.
Lap 67: Mark Jones to the lead, we've seen the Mooney Racing Alliance cars do well all weekend. Just about no one could beat them (save Lankford).
Lap 74: Rank D is not as well represented at the front as it was on the start, but Bouchard is still up in fourth.
Lap 77: Caution: Nick Pericles turned Ren Fukuda, coming back across traffic into Patterson, Luchon, Craig Jacobs, and Austin James. Cresto and Makella also with minor damage. New leader is Ryan Yarbough, he sat on pole and led the first lap, this is his first lead since.
Lap 86: Pedro Hierra looking for the lead on Yarbough, Billie Joe Armstrong up into the top 5.
Lap 100: New leader is Mark Jones. Yarbough looking for third as Armstrong also looks for fifth.
Lap 102: Pedro gets the oush from Steven Wallace to retake the lead, now Wallace peeks to the inside off 4, he'll take the top spot on lap 104.
Lap 105: TyQuan Jacobs to the top spot. Hierra pushed him through the corner and he has checked out on the field. Webber coming on BJA for third.
Lap 110: Race can be officially called now, Pedro Hierra takes the lead.
Lap 117: Here comes Paul Jackson, he is on an urgent mission for the front with the rain looming.
Lap 123: Steven Wallace looking for the lead off Hierra, Paul Jackson might take him 3-wide, thinks better of it as Wallace goes to the lead. Jackson will follow behind in second, now Paul Jackson dives low and takes the lead for himself on lap 126!
Lap 127: Caution is out, Wallace edges Jackson at the line for the race lead. Webber's car broke down in turn 2.
Lap 128: Paul Jackson will lead his first laps of the day under this, the 3rd caution of the day.
Lap 132: Jackson pulls away on the restart, but now he has Mark Jones coming after him.
Lap 137: Billie Joe Armstrong makes it a Rank D 1-2, now he's coming after Paul Jackson.
Lap 139: New leader is Billie Joe Armstrong, first lap led of the year for the Kentucky polesitter.
Lap 141: Paul Jackson's not giving up, he takes the spot back from Billie Joe. Now Mark Jones is past BJA for second, give that spot to the 97.
Lap 145: Andrew Knight up to second, many are getting worried and want to get to the front, but right now Jackson is denying all attackers.
Lap 150: William Duncan getting challenged by the lapped car of Webber. Now Knight takes advantage of that to take second, meanwhile Jackson is just greowing on his advantage.
Lap 163: BJA goes back to second now Rank D is back in control of the top 2 spots.
Lap 166: BJA takes the lead.
Lap 169: THE RAIN IS BACK AND BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG IS LEADING! And this rain is not going to stop any time soon. Officials have called the race, Billie Joe Armstrong wins at Chicago in a Rank D 1-2.
Results:
1. 33 Billie Joe Armstrong
2. 9 Paul Jackson
3. 6 William Duncan
4. 34 Andrew Knight
5. 58 Aaron DeVille
6. 5 TyQuan Jacobs
7. 47 Ryan Yarbough
8. 18 Tyler Ferreya
9. 53 Tagahari Nawasaki
10. 97 Mark Jones
11. 37 Henri Cresto
12. 98 Wilson Wallace
13. 54 Cody Goforth
14. 57 Kaz Makella
15. 74 Daniel Bouchard
16. 24 Scott Parsons
17. 21 Katie Anderson
18. 2 Austin James
19. 22 Robbie Johnson
20. 9 Tina Hanson
21. 4 Aidan Shepherd
22. 56 Leigh Lagasse
23. 45 Mike Alladore
24. 7 Christian Merrick Sr.
25. 10 Chris Claridge
26. 16 Pedro Hierra
27. 99 Bubba Martin
28. 20 John Jacobs
29. 11 Matt Preston
30. 04 Sven Roethlisberger
31. 41 Ryder Smith
32. 38 Phil Montgomery
33. 8 Steven Wallace
34. 19 Harrison Lankford
35. 43 Jacob Long
36. 48 Craig Jacobs
37. 31 Nick Pericles
38. 88 Darren Webber
39. 17 Kyle Patterson
40. 49 Alexa Luchon
41. 65 Mackenzie Johnson
42. 60 Ren Fukuda OUT
(OOC: I use real life weather data to make realistic rain delays/snow delays/rainouts for the races I run. )
Notes:
Billie Joe Armstrong claims the first ever Rank D win by nabbing the win today at Chicago.
First ever DDS race to be shortened due to weather.
Cody Goforth bumps himself back into the top 35 in points as Jacob Long exits yet again. Billie Joe Armstrong does not crack the top 35 despite his win. Biggest points mover was Paul Jackson up to 19th in car #3.

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